Students will also examine the legal aspects of creating web content. Students learn to develop their skills and voices through their creative instincts, all the while developing their communication and problem-solving abilities.
From time shifting to localization of content and from digital production to new forms of distribution, students will gain insight into the current state of media in the 21st Century and beyond. A focus on the entertainment industry and media will provide students with insights into the decision making process of studios and global media companies.
Students will study the history and current state of Global Media to uncover trends and understand how the consumer and audience are now Global. Students learn about the birth of film as a dramatic medium filmcraft screenwriting agents how the major studios grew out of this development.
Each student will produce, direct, and edit the pilot for a scripted webisode, exploring cinematography, lighting, and sound as elements of visual storytelling. Students will gain an understanding of how Global Media has led to social, economic, political, and activist change around the World.
This course will guide students through the history, modes, concepts, and theories of human communication. More than a concept lab, students will be pushed further to see and present themselves as professionals.
Students will learn to work in small crews as well as solo to research, write, shoot, produce, edit, and even appear on camera in their own field reports and investigative segments. Marketers are faced with unique and complex decisions and must understand how their choices influence consumers, audiences and society as a whole.
An intensive introduction to web site design, this course walks content creators from the basics to more advanced tools and techniques. Students will examine the connections between media, communication, business and the Entertainment Industry around the Globe.
Students will also explore budgeting and scheduling a web series, working with and around talent and crews schedules, working with guilds particularly SAGmethods for financing their web series including traditional means and emerging methods like crowd-fundingand how to engage and grow an audience and fan base.
Students will explore traditional and historical forms of journalism and how journalism is evolving. Media on Global Markets as well as how Global Media has begun to transform domestic markets. Students will learn approaches to Brand Management and connecting with Brands and Brand Representatives and agencies.
Veteran Game Writers and Designers and reps will speak. Thesis Committee will assist students in mastering their craft at a professional level and create a foundation for future creative work and scholarship.
Students will explore different methodologies and the best resources to uncover the tools they need to meet and exceed their goals. Learning the roles of the players on a film set dramatically increases the ability to collaborate with others.
Students will gain the basic tools to design mobile applications apps for smart phones, tablets, and computers. Students will study the history and purpose of branded entertainment to gain an understanding of how the industry has evolved.
Interactive Storytelling This course will examine the critical elements that create the foundations of great Interactive Storytelling. Students learn how to bring stories from development through post-production and beyond. Students will be introduced to communication career paths so as to better understand how communication affects society and how society and commerce effect communication.
Students design shots to heighten the emotion of a sequence while the relationship between text and subtext is explored in-depth through classroom sessions, screenings and critiques, and in the field production exercises.
Marketing now has global reach and marketers must realize how different cultures react to the marketing message as well as the product. Students will learn budgeting, scheduling and financing techniques needed to create content.
Students will explore user experience to create apps that engage consumers and audiences. In the second half of the course, students will commit to one of their story ideas and develop it into a treatment.
Students will then stage and shoot more advanced exercises under the supervision of the instructor. Students will investigate how a Global Media has influenced local markets and consumers.The NYFA Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies is an eight-semester program designed to focus on the study of current and emerging media arts and the theoretical underpinnings necessary for understanding media's impact in today's society.Download